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Jul 12, 2013 on Food.com
Would somebody interpret this for me.
"triple sec (1 cup) fresh orange juice that would be 2-3 oranges for the, cointreau, Grand Marnier."
What does this mean. What is the ingredients in what amount?
Reviewed Sorrel Drink
Jan 23, 2013 in Food Network Community Toolbox on FoodNetwork.com
“First off, sorrel is not a leaf. It's the dried calyx of a variety of hibiscus. It's the hips of the flower and very carmine. It tastes similar to rosehips but not as tart. It's also called Roselle, Fleur de Jamaica, and Zombo.
The reason I am making a big deal out of it is that there is a sorrel that is a pot herb and a leaf,...”